Calum Newton - Vocals, Guitar James Whitfield - Drums Bryce Wilson - Bass
sonic youth, The Sonics
Unearthed artists we like
Super Best Friends , Velociraptor , DZ , Step-Panther , The Red Lights , Bleeding Knees Club , DUNE RATS , Shanghai Taxis , bowl cut , Palms , Dark Arts , Candy , Hockey Dad , Lords On Boards , Bel Air , Freud and the Suicidal Vampires
Lunatics On Pogosticks are a trio of teen Aussie rapscallions that have been squeezing out some tasty tunes since gestation. With the firelickin' Calum Newton shootin' out electro orgasms on G-tar/Vocs, the impenetrable James Whitfield gettin' dumb on the drums and Bryce Wilson making bass guitar popular since 95. Delicious Lo-Fi garage pop-noise alt stylings are the name of the game. More FREE music here ---> http://lunatics-on-pogosticks.bandcamp.com/ Real rad people who have said real nice things: So Lo-Fi Music Lolipop Records Eighteen Records NOISESAND Sincerely, California AdamNOTeve Deaf Ambitions Bleed Your Ears Beer On My Boat Shoes Centuries Space Rock Mountain 今日見つけたアーティスト A-Lista uke 48 & 49 Very Tiny Songs iamtheleastmachiavellian SKOGSGOSPEL Skeleton Jamboree The JangleDrop Gypsy Death And You.
North Coast, NSW
Sydney lo-fi garage-rockers Lunatics On Pogosticks have won Unearthed High 2013. Their skuzzy surf rock riffs, catchy choruses and thought-out crunchiness bring distortion, fuzz and a whole lotta fun!
Tell us about your music - how did you develop your sound?
We originally started off as just wanting to make noisy garage tunes and stuff like that, real guitar driven without much thought for lyrics and melody. I think the major development throughout the course of our music has been maintaining this really chaotic distortion and atmosphere whilst becoming a lot more interested in pop dimensions and trying to create catchy hooks and all that jazz.
You’re the winners of Unearthed High 2013. What are you hoping to gain from this opportunity?
Too stokeddd! It's been majorly rad having our song played on the radio and being able to professionally record a song instead of just doing it in my garage (haha!). I think we're all just keen to finish the HSC and then really assess what we're going to do with the band.
What’s your favourite memory of seeing live Australian music?
Watching Dune Rats in some dudes house in Byron. Best night everrr!!!
What’s the best advice you’ve been given and by who?
"I used to be with it, but then they changed what it was. Now what I'm with isn't it, and what's it seems weird and scary to me, and it'll happen to you, too." - Abe Simpson, tellin' it how it is.
What else is coming up for you in 2013?
Hopefully lots of different things. There's definitely some gnarly dates that are gonna be marked in our calendar.
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a trio of teen Aussie rapscallions that have been squeezing out some tasty tunes since gestatio...
10 Apr 2014
The LOP boys are...
The LOP boys are back and they've lost none of their brash energy since leaving school. I was singing it by the end of my first listen, uh huh.
27 Aug 2013
Surprise surprise, I also really like this. Fun, catchy power pop punk, reminiscent of Kisschasy but still very much LOP. Congrats guys!